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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Biddenham

    have been found in Biddenham . 3 The following place-names have been found in documents relating to this parish: Martinesholm, Kingsmead in the 13th century, Cunditfield, Kyngsmead, Ibondsmead, Whytyng in the 16th. 4 MANORS At the time of the Domesday


    included in the appropriate wards; Kingsmead was in East ward in 1385 , the Hythe in South ward in 1386 , and Bourne mill in South ward in 1407 , but Dilbridge north-east of Kingsmead was in North ward in

    Religious History Protestant Nonconformity

    Westholme , the house of J. W. Hoyland , moving the following year into permanent quarters at Kingsmead , Bristol Road . Kingsmead became a training college of the Friends' Foreign Mission Association (later the Friends' Service Council), which had

    Hospitals Plan of the Essex and Colchester Hospital , 1876 (scale 1:333)

    to new headquarters opposite Turner village. In 1947 Handford House , Ipswich , was acquired for 22 female patients, and Kingsmead at Lexden for a girls' hostel. Handford House was replaced c . 1970 by no. 1 Queen's Road, Colchester

    The borough of Hertford Introduction

    town. 52 The bounds were much enlarged by the charter of 1680. 53 'They run from the furthest edge of Kingsmead to the Ware high road, then including the highway to a common place called London Crosse Hill ; thence

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LANE, Thomas (d.?1423), of Canterbury, Kent.

    to Parliament in 1399, a rent of £2 a year which he owed the commonalty for some meadowland known as Kingsmead was assigned to pay him and his companion an advance on their wages. While up at Westminster, Lane incurred

    SUTTON, Thomas (by 1514-70/71), of Over Haddon and Kingsmead, Derby, Derbys.

    of Over Haddon and Kingsmead, Derby, Derbys. Constituency Dates Derby 1542 Derby 1545 Derby 1547 Derby Oct. 1553 Ofifces Held Commr. gaol delivery, Oxford circuit 1537-44, Derby 1542, midland circuit 1543-54, array, Derbys, 1546, relief 1550, goods of churches and

    WIGMORE, Roger (d.1403/4), of Lucton, Herefs.

    following month, he again attended Parliament, and during the session obtained confirmation of his tenancy of certain crown lands at Kingsmead, Shropshire. His jurisdiction as receiver in South Wales was further extended in May 1392 to cover the lordship of

  • * British History Online * *

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    Index, J, K

    King's Bench , the, 12: g. 392 (32). -, coronership of, g. 226 (2). Kings-at-Arms , the three, 929 ii. Kingsmead , Derb., mon. of, 1238. Kingston-upon-Hull . See Hull. Kingston-upon-Thames , letter dated, 1275. Kingston Winterbourne , Dors., g.

    General Index, H, I, J, K, 01 October 1644-31 July 1645

    the care of Kingsclere , near Basingstoke King's College , Cambridge, extracts from the statutes of King's guard , the Kingsmead , Lady Kingsmoor King's printer , the late, see Barker, Robert. Road, ships in Kingston , co. Surrey, hundred Subscribers-only content

    Index, D, 01 August 1543-31 December 1543

    . See Herbais. Derby , Black Friars (supp.), II. g. 327 (5). -, county gaol, I. g. 100 (30). -, Kingsmead (Kynges Meades) or De Pratis Regis priory (supp.), I. g. 474 (19). 981 (63). -, St. Werburg's, II. g.

    Henry VIII, June 1536, 16-30, 26 June 1536-30 June 1536

    Conyngeshed; Tertmell ( sic , Cartmell). 894 l . 17 s . 3 d . Derbysh . Dale; Bredeshall Park; Kingsmead (De Pratis Domini Regis); Ryppyngdone; Gresley. 323 l . 10 s . 5 d . Suffolk . Gye; Redlyngfeld;

    Letters and Papers, Books of the Court of Augmentations, 01 July 1539-31 July 1539

    b . Humph. Orme, a page of the Wardrobe of Beds. To be bailiff of the lands of Gresley and Kingsmead beside Derby. 25 June. 48 b . Sir Cuthbert Radclyf, King's servant. To be constable and chief forester of

  • * John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera * *

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    Arrangement of the ballet [verso]

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  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    or fRETURN Frtrnto7nd8Vio., 0. 32. of NOjcAL - O ENGLAND NATIONAL POVhI porfriersdfp consists. P'ersona hP~ ehaDrayoa Abbott Theme;, Cfrft rMNntn sur Abbott Thome;, A~~~ihlA oe-il etea able EdwrdScomb rtl, Deonfarmer ameis irliscrargentleanra Adas krf~ ai]erei, arier* audNiner ArtlourBtowse, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    to London, but was in Batlh aFter her alleged departtare, aad it is believed sae stayed with a fzrieud on Kingsmead Tr.rrace, in the city. Thi.. friend afterwards took- to Mirs. iforry some articles of clothinlg the girl had left Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    R P. O D E L L, R. IIAYIMAREET THEATRE, every Evening. Satlurday Review. Ali, Odell's performance of Sir John Vesey. ' ' ' It is :1 new reading, anld anl immeney amusing one, of the part. We cannot Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    the river to the " passage at Heuxseie," passing on theo right hand the meadow known from time immemorial as "Kingsmead," opposite to which, at the upper end of Hog Acre Ditch, the ancient aud modern boundaries combine end proceed Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    MISCELLANEOUS. DEATIE FROu ExiosuRE.-A well-dressed woman about roventy yearA of ageo, iame unknown, was found on Tuesday on the Earl of Malmesbury's estate, near (Christchurch, Hants, in an unconscious condition. She died four hours after being found. The cu'ase Subscribers-only content

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